People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Dunbar Trinitarian Friary

1248 × 1251
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Date Short Summary Role Witnesses Source
unavailable Foundation of house for Dunbar Trinitarians Beneficiary 3/15/52 (Yester Writs, no. 14)
unavailable Gift of Patrick, earl of Dunbar Beneficiary 3/15/52 (Yester Writs, no. 14)
unavailable Gift of David Graham Beneficiary 3/15/52 (Yester Writs, no. 14)
unavailable Gift of Thomas of ‘Bernach’ Beneficiary 3/15/52 (Yester Writs, no. 14)
22 Jan. 1240 X Nov. 1248 Gift of house for Dunbar Trinitarian Friary Beneficiary David Graham (III), sheriff of Berwick (d.c.1272); David of Burradon, knight; N. of Pinkerton; Patrick (II), earl of Dunbar (d.1248); Patrick (III), earl of Dunbar (d.1289); Roger de Mowbray; Stephen, clerk (Dunbar); Thomas de Carnwich; W. of Burradon; W., persona of Dunbar; William of Ednam, master, archdeacon of Dunkeld (d.1251×57); William of Greenlaw, master (d.1247); William, son of Earl Patrick (I) (d.1253) 3/15/52 (Yester Writs, no. 14)
2 Jan. 1251 Gift of churches of Auchtermoonzie (Moonzie, FIF) and Carnock (FIF) with land of Findatie (KNR), and Kilmagad Wood (KNR) Beneficiary Alexander of Edinburgh, master, clerk of Bishop David; Geoffrey, clerk of Bishop David; Gilbert of Kent, clerk of Bishop David; Gilbert, chaplain (St Andrews); James, chaplain (13C); Ralph, chaplain (13C); Robert of Methven, chaplain of bishops of St Andrews; Walter of Forfar, clerk of Bishop David; William of Cunningham/Lothian, master (fl.1239-51) 2/10/228 (NRS, RH 6/48)